Monthly Updates

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September 2022

In September, the Central Bank of Sri Lanka opted to maintain the policy rates at their current levels, since they believed that ...
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August 2022

In August, the Central Bank of Sri Lanka opted to maintain the policy rates at their existing levels, since they believed that existing contractionary ...
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July 2022

In July, the Central Bank of Sri Lanka opted to raise the policy rates by 100 bps which caused call and repo rates to adjust upwards towards the new upper bound ...
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June 2022

The money market rates continued to remain at the same level during the month as call and repo rates continued to hover at the upper bound of the ...
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May 2022

The call and repo rates continued to hover at the upper bound of the policy corridor of 14.5%. Call and repo volumes declined to near zero levels... 
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April 2022

The call and repo rates moved up by 700 bps in April and remained at the new upper bound of 14.5%. The call market volumes ...
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March 2022

The call and repo rates moved up in March following a 100-bps increase, and remained marginally under the new upper bound ...
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February 2022

The call and repo rates continued to hover marginally below the newly increased upper bound of the policy corridor. The call market ...
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January 2022

January saw further monetary tightening by the Central Bank as they increased the SDF and SLF rates by 50 bps. The Central Bank stated ...
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December 2021

The call and repo rates continued to hover marginally below the upper bound of the policy corridor in December. Overall daily volumes ...
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